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The Erasmus+ training «Youth is Stranger than Fiction» at Povilas Visinskis Siauliai County Public Library (Lithuania)

In May 2022 the Erasmus+ training «Youth is Stranger than Fiction» was organized by Šiauliai County Povilas Višinskis Public Library (ŠAVB). Representatives of libraries from the cities of Tallinn, Tartu, Viljandi, and Silameje (Estonia), Jelgava city library and its branches… Seguir leyendo →

Erasmus+ project: cultural heritage in small local communities. The experience from Plungė Public Library (Lithuania)

This month twenty museum and library professionals from Italy, Lithuania, Slovenia, Malta and the Netherlands met up at the Reinwardt Academy. This happened in light of the Erasmus+ project HE.CO, aimed at the economic valorization of cultural heritage in small local… Seguir leyendo →

Erasmus+ partnership opportunity for Public Libraries

The City of Iserlohn is searching for project partners for a Erasmus +-Strategic partnership. Partners could be public libraries or educational institutes which cooperate with libraries. A transnational project focusing on the changed basic conditions in adult education is to… Seguir leyendo →

Old Tortoise’s Treasure Tales, Erasmus+ funded project at Prelog Municipal Library (Croatia)

Although our library has participated as supporting partner in three European projects alongside local Primary School, Project Old Tortoise’s Treasure Tales (OTTT) is our first standalone project financed by the EU under the Erasmus+ fund. Our partners from Bulgaria, Romania,… Seguir leyendo →

Erasmus+ opportunity for library cooperation: The Library Soul project

At NAPLE Sister Libraries we’ve come across a beautiful project that will be applying for an Erasmus+  grant in this year’s call, that’ll be published in Autumn 2018. The project is related to Reading Promotion and will bring together professional photography… Seguir leyendo →

Erasmus+ opportunity for library cooperation: the Mills of Folk Knowledge project

Erasmus+ is a funding program from the European Commission that has brought together in its last edition previous grant programs: amongst others, Leonardo Da Vinci (for vocational education and training), Grundtvig (adult learning) and Youth in action (youth non-formal and… Seguir leyendo →

INTERVIEW: an Ocean of Opportunities: About The Blue Economy With Tom O. Kleppestø. Coastal Libraries Talking Blue conomy.(from Klaipeda City Municipality Imanuelis Kantas Public Library (Lithuania))

Author: Birutė Andruškaitė, September 22, 2022 Despite knowing that quotes are an old-school tool of expression, I want to start with a excellent quote, underlining the importance of water by Wystan H. Auden: “Thousands have lived without love, not one… Seguir leyendo →

What is the blue economy, and why is it important? Or: How a library decided to talk about the blue economy? (from Klaipeda City Municipality Imanuelis Kantas Public Library (Lithuania))

First, let’s get acquainted with the term “blue economy” – blue economy sectors include living marine resources, non-living marine resources, renewable marine energy, port operations, shipbuilding and repair, maritime transport, and coastal tourism. And the Green Deal, being a fundamental… Seguir leyendo →

Pay a visit to your sister: Librarians from Grabielè Petkevicaité-Bité Public Library(Lithuania) visit the Huesca Municipal Public Libraries (Spain)

On the 21st – 23rd of October, 7 librarians of Panevėžys County Gabrielė Petkevičaitė-Bitė Public Library visited several public libraries of the Aragon region in Spain. This job shadowing visit was organized as a part of the Erasmus + project… Seguir leyendo →

Raising awareness about European cultural heritage – A new platform for digital stories Plunge District Municipal Public Library (Lithuania)

Plungė‘s Public Library (Lithuania) is happy to annouce about the new Project in Erasmus+ Strategic partnership for adult education «We are all together to raise awarness of cultural heritage» (WAAT, 2020-LT01_KA204-077823). From December 2020, WAAT project brings together six organizations… Seguir leyendo →

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